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PSHE

Curriculum Overview

In PSHE at St Bernadette's, pupils will build the skills, attitudes, values, knowledge and understanding needed for modern day society. PSHE education acknowledges and addresses the changes that learners are experiencing, beginning with transition to secondary school, the challenges of adolescence and their increasing independence. It teaches the skills which will equip them for the opportunities and challenges of life.  

How will I be assessed?

Assessment is as central to effective teaching and learning in PSHE education as it is in any other subject.

It would be inappropriate for assessment in PSHE education to be about grades, or about passing or failing. The model of assessment that is most meaningful in PSHE education is ipsative assessment. Ipsative assessment compares where a student is at the end of a lesson or series of lessons against where they were before the lesson(s).

This can demonstrate clear progress while also identifying what the students still need to know. 

Important Overview Documents

Curriculum Rationale
Year 7 Road Map
Year 8 Road Map
Year 9 Road Map

Modules

Year 7 - Introduction to St Bernadette's

Knowledge Organiser
Personal Learning Checklist

Year 7 - Confllict and Equality

Knowledge Organiser
Personal Learning Checklist

Year 7 - Personal Awareness

Knowledge Organiser
Personal Learning Checklist

Year 8 - Impressions

Knowledge Organiser
Personal Learning Checklist

Year 8 - Issues

Knowledge Organiser
Personal Learning Checklist

Year 8 - Work and Consumer Choices

Knowledge Organiser
Personal Learning Checklist

Year 9 - Body Image

Knowledge Organiser
Personal Learning Checklist

Year 9 - Safety

Knowledge Organiser
Personal Learning Checklist

Year 9 - Employability and Money

Knowledge Organiser
Personal Learning Checklist

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